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Producers who try well, but it is impossible to hide all drive and the equipment involved in the recordings of Breaking Dawn, the fourth film in the "Twilight" saga, in a quiet and paradisiacal coast of Paraty. The production crew and actors spent the day in the bag Mamanguá, a businessman's mansion rented for the recordings, and naturally attracted to the local paparazzi, some curious and, by necessity, many security guards.

The hope was to get the photographers, the large glazed areas of the mansion's 15 rooms, some corners of the actors Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart, who will stage at the site, the honeymoon couple. Alerted by the buzz, the producers and stopped the area where the recordings were made with a kind of giant screen, frustrating those who tried, the sea, have some vision of the scene.

The airspace was also closed by the aeronautical authorities, preventing the making of images helicopters over the house. Those who tried to approach the side of the private beach boats were escorted by private security team hired by the Americans. Some fans also tried to see their idols with the help of binoculars.

The house where the recordings take place is worthy of cinema. A large wooden walkway connects the two wings of the second floor, where the rooms. Besides the main building, there is an attachment in an elevated part of the land. Since last week, furniture and decorative objects' original owners of the house are wrapped or covered with canvas and equipment began to be placed in the main hall.

Surrounding the mansion was also visible movement since last weekend. A ferry with two large generators were brought to the vicinity of the house - another smaller generator was taken to the room of the mansion.

The first day of filming in Paraty occurred at a waterfall in the neighborhood Taquariin a private area, where the actors were housed in trailers.


Source: veja
 


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